Apple is making it clear that 32-bit apps on the Mac are going away and the future will be 64-bit only. So how to you tell if your Mac has a 32-bit or 64-bit processor? Read on to learn how.
If you’re running macOS 10.13.4 and launch 32-bit apps you’ll see a new warning as of April 12th telling you they need to be updated. Here’s what that means, plus how you can check to see which apps you use are still 32-bit.
Apple Music now has more than 40 million subscribers, up from the 36 million milestone made public earlier this year.
In this episode, Bryan and Jeff discuss Mac keyboards, and what they like about clicky, long-throw keyboards, including the Azio Classic Retro BT keyboard Bryan just reviewed. They also go through a thought experiment on whether Facebook could ever earn our trust on privacy by radically reshaping their policies. They cap the show with a look at how Apple manages to be profitable and green, both.
The Apple TV’s Siri remote has a nifty feature that allows you to quickly switch between letterbox and full-screen mode.
The Foundation series joins other science fiction series that we’ll start seeing in 2019.
We have a deal on the LuxArmor Executive iPhone X case. It’s a slim case with the company’s anti-slip ArmorSecure coating for a good grip. You can get one through us for $26.99, and the deal listing also has options for iPhone 7/8 and iPhone 7/8 Plus.
PDFpen 10 and PDFpen Pro 10 for the Mac are out with support for watermarks, headers and footers, and improved selection features. The Pro version also adds batch OCR support.
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This should give you a better idea of caching that you do, what data is being served vs. dropped, and give an overall picture of your caching network.
Apple recommends that you set up content caching on a Mac that has a wired Ethernet connection. You can do it over Wi-Fi, but performance may be affected.
Kelly Guimont and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at a new Web API that could make passwords obsolete, plus they share their thoughts on Apple landing a deal for Asimov’s Foundation series for Apple Music.
Let’s say you want more storage in your iPhone. No problem, if you get the right flash memory chip, have the right gear to duplicate what’s on the original, and are confident with your soldering skills. Strange Parts did just that, and it worked! Check out their video to see the whole process.
Lost some notes out of the Mac’s default Notes app? Never fear—as long as you have a backup! In today’s Quick Tip, we’ll go over how to recover your database from Time Machine, but there are a lot of caveats. A lot. Pay attention to the warnings before you get started!
With the introduction of Touch ID and now Face ID, Apple already gives customers the ability to log into websites with a finger or face.
Apple has a spot out to promote the new iPhone 8 (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition. It’s very…red, with a soundtrack by Sofi Tukker, “That’s It (I’m Crazy).” This isn’t the kind of commercial likely to get a lot of TV airtime, but it’s racking up views on YouTube (224,000 and counting, after just a few hours).
Here’s Bryan Chaffin’s three word review of the Azio Retro Classic BT keyboard: Loud, Glorious, Backlit.
Previous to tvOS 11 and macOS High Sierra it was exceptionally awkward and difficult to grab screenshots from an Apple TV. Now, it’s fairly easy.
We have a deal for anyone looking for a submersible Bluetooth speaker. G-DROP floats on water and can sit in the snow, and it’s submersible for up to 30 minutes in up to 3 feet of water. It has a microphone for speaker phone calls, and it’s $35 through us.